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5 responses to “Verizon to Cut Smartphone & PDA Data Rate Plans, Match AT&T”

  1. Fahad Khan

    I’m pretty sure that AT&T charges $15 for regular phones now.

  2. randomrandom

    In fairness, Sprint recently started requiring $25+ data packs (or an everything plan) to receive mail-in rebates on PDAs and smartphones or $30+ for blackberry devices. PDAs and smartphones, aside from Blackberries, still work with $15 data plans but the mail-in rebates require $25+ data packs.

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